Velkommen til felles sommerparty arrangert av visningsstedene Tenthaus, Fotogalleriet, Kunstplass 10, FFF of Rom for Kunst. Festen finner sted i bakgården på Maridalsveien 3.



sculpture hub 
Read Sofia Landströms extract on the Happy Sculpture Hour Network meeting.

Friday Jan 29th at 17:00-19:00

Presentation of SculptureHUB & network meeting with HAPPY SCULPTURE HOUR at Tenthaus. SculptureHUB is a response to the uneven gender representation within the sculpture field, artist/founder Josefina Posch and curator Sofia Landström will present the project and the different aspects of women in sculpture. The meeting will be an open and informal discussion about various aspects of the life as a female artist in the field of sculpture. Soup and drinks will be served.

Saturday Jan 30th at 11:00-15:00
Speedy-Portfolie day with SculptureHUB curators Josefina Posch & Sofia Landström and Oslo based curator Marianne Hultman.
15 min segments. Lunch provided. Limited spaces - please sign up the day before at Tenthaus. SculptureHUB is interested in meeting artists from Norway who work with sculpture and in one way or the other find themselves interested in the ideas surrounding Sculpture HUB.?

SculptureHUB is a networking site and blog for sculptors, created in response to the uneven gender representation within the sculpture field. Aimed at women sculptors in the Nordic countries with aspirations to reach beyond the field and geographical boundaries. We are arranging network meetings around the Scandinavian capitals to meet artists, curators and writers who wants to share their experiences and input on the subject of women in the sculpture field. The long-term goal is to in 20016/17 organize a sculpture exhibition with focus on women artist based in the Nordic region.

SculptureHUB is run by Josefina Posch – artist and founder of Snowball Cultural Productions & Sofia Landström curator and researcher. It is supported by The Nordic Culture Point and the Oslo meeting is made possible by the support by Tenthaus.

Image: Barbara Hepworths´ sculpting tools © Josefina Posch